No one expects you to immediately go live with your website after registering your domain name. You have gone through a lot before finally having it under your name. You might have even negotiated with another person who owned the domain before.
This is why you just have to write the phrase “under construction” on the site while you are still building the page. There are several details and information that you need to put out. You also have to screen them well so that people would love what they read.
The good thing about informing your target audience that the page is still under construction is that they have something to look forward to. They know that there is nothing on the page as of the moment, but they could easily go back next time for more information.
You would rather make your presence felt this way so that by the time that you go live, you won’t have to work hard on advertising. Better yet, start advertising now even if the page is not yet ready. The point is that you start telling people about the nature of your business and where they can possible get information in the future if they are interested to know more.
Creating the website is just one of the many tasks you must finish after registering the domain name. Find out more through the infographic below. It is a huge task, but it is worth it once the results start to kick in.